Saturday, May 12, 2007

41 Places

Go check out the details here
and here at UnMadeUp

Will be checking this out next weekend, but I think it's the most fantastic idea

Thursday, April 26, 2007

10 days to go... fringe fest highlights

Roll up, roll up for the best show in town...oh wait, the Spiegeltent isn't here this year. Instead, the Underbelly will soon be installing itself (is it already there, Brighton folks? I was in town about 2 weeks ago and no sign as yet) on the Old Steine.

No, you didn't take too many drugs in the 90s, that is an upside-down purple cow. First seen at the Edinburgh festival last year and now kindly on loan to Brighton pastures for the duration of the month of May.

Some fringe festival events whic have caught my eye so far:
Sgt Pepper vs Pet Sounds

Gite a la mer

The Great Escape- mini music fest by the sea

Sunday, March 18, 2007

The Festival is coming...well, in 48 days it is

Liking the look of...
Run Lola Run with a live soundtrack by the Bays

Intrigued by...
41 Places

Still waiting for the Fringe programme to come out

Monday, March 12, 2007

These are a few of my favourite things

North Laine

Easter display@the Real Patisserie

Thai food at Aumthong (the Western Rd one)

Thursday, February 22, 2007

It's life Jim, but not as we know it

I thought it was about time I raised this blog from the depths.

First up, thank you for the comments: for some reason I've only just discovered them having just switched over to Blogger 2.0, or whatever they're calling it.

Secondly, if you want to stick strictly to the terms, I'm now running this blog under false pretences, as I now longer live in Brighton (don't get me started ;) So this blog is being brought to you from the depths of the Hampshire countryside. However, I'm planning regular visits back to Brighton, starting this weekend, so I think I'll just carry on posting here.

If any Brighton bloggers would like to co-host with me, I'm open to that, leave a comment here and I'll get back to you.

As I don't think I mentioned it here before, Amanda's site is great if you want a slightly quirky take on anything food related in the city by the sea.